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DeLorean / Arrest #280545

CBS Evening News for Wednesday, Oct 20, 1982
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(Studio) Arrest on federal drug chgs. of auto magnate John DeLorean reported.
REPORTER: Dan Rather

(Los Angeles, California) DeLorean s arrest on cocaine chgs. examined; films shown. William Hetrick& Steven Arrington noted also arrested. [Ventura city police spokesperson Paul LYDICK - describes investigation.] [Courtesy BBS radio, voice of DeLOREAN - claims his car company has been saved; remarks transcribed on screen.] His wife Christina Ferrare noted traveling to Los Angeles, California to meet with husband. [Former business associate Tom ADAMS - thinks DeLorean's loss of company was too much.] Possible prison terms if convicted noted.
REPORTER: Gary Shepard

Rather, Dan;
Shepard, Gary

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